So many of us have been affected by the recent southern California fires. We all remember the orange-tinted air and even ash swirling around our ankles. But the air from there came here. And what was in that air? The fire started on the grounds of the former Rocketdyne Nuclear Testing Lab and the spreading smoke may have contained dangerous radiation. We talk to the attorney filing a large-scale injury case (RocketdyneGroup.com) on behalf of anyone exposed to the smoke. Reports point to coverups and negligence.
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